Sunday, February 21, 2016

Satyricon Concert - Nemesis Divina


I have been a huge Satyricon fan for the last 10-12 years or so! In this time I've been to pretty much every concert they have played in the greater Oslo area, and every freaking time it is a blast! Last night was no exception.

Satyricon commemorated that it was 20 years since they debuted on a concert scene, and that scene was Rockefeller Music Hall in Oslo, the exact same stage as this night. They sold out their first night playing here, and they sold out this night as well. This night they promised to play the album Nemesis Divina in its entirety.Nemesis Divina is Satyricon's third album, and includes the legendary song ' Mother North'. See 'Mother North' filmed at the concert below.


You could almost touch the atmosphere at the venue. Strangers were eager to speak to each other about the band and what they expected of the concert. The shouts, claps, screams and yells when they finally came on stage was deafening.




The sound this night was great. Satyr played guitar every few song, you had Frost on drums, Neddo (Anders Odden) on bass, and Azarak (Steinar Gundersen) on guitar. There was a keyboard player as well, but I don't know his name.

Satyricon played songs from their first, up until their last album. The nights setlist included (might have mist some):
The Rite Of Our Cross
Now, Diabolical
Black Crow On A Tombstone
Nekrohaven
The Pentagram Burns
To The Mountains
Dawn Of A New Era
Du Som Hater Gud
Immortality Passion
Nemesis Divina
Mother North
Fuel For Hatred
K.I.N.G



It was truly a night for the fans, but you could tell that the band enjoyed it as well. After 'Mother North' Satyr got a bit emotional, and expressed how thankful he was for his fans. I say: Well deserved!

PS. The Good The Bad and The Zugly warmed up. It was a lot of fun! Punk at its best!



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